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Publisher's Summary

Jill Jekel always obeys her parents’ rules. But after her father is murdered, Jill begins to embrace her wild side. Teaming up with handsome but troubled Tristen Hyde, Jill sorts through the secret papers her father left behind. Soon, she and Tristen are recreating the experiments that inspired the classic monster novel, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.

©2010 Beth Fantaskey (P)2010 Recorded Books, LLC

Critic Reviews

“This novel is filled with compelling plot devices; one particularly nice touch is the way that Jekel and Hyde alternate telling their stories, embodying a double perspective.Fans of the genre won’t be able to resist this slick genre update.” (Booklist

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Weak plot coupled with poor narration choice...

Despite a few good opening chapters, this booked sputtered through to a dull and predictable ending. Regarding the narration, the female performer was adequate (I could believe the teen character she was portraying), while the male performer sounded like a 60 year old man reading the part of a teen character. Also, it was hardly necessary to have each reader say “Jill” or “Tristan” each time there was a switch in narration – understood fairly quickly that when the female was talking it was from Jill’s perspective and when the aged-man was talking it was from Tristan’s perspective.

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